Richmond County Historical Society
Art Show and Sale featuring Jennie Johnston, Daniel St. Amant, Sandra Picken Roberts, and Tracey Hill. Read more about each of their work at the websites below. Opening hours are from July 1 to August 26, from Wednesday to Sunday between 10:00 and 17:00.
Jennie Johnston • Daniel St. Amant • Sandra Pickens Roberts • Tracey Hill
We are also hosting an outdoor exhibit Black Histories in the Townships presented in collaboration with the Eastern Townships Resource Centre (ETRC), which will be open to the public from June 6th to October 9th. This exhibit can be visited outside of our opening hours by visiting the self-guided graphic information panels in front of the RCHS Museum.
Check our Facebook page for any possible changes related to long weekend schedules. Appointments available by calling 819-826-1332.
A committee of interested members of the Richmond St. Pat’s Society and the RCHS have been working together on a project to have a mural created in downtown Richmond, on the wall of Quincaillerie Richmond Hardware.
The goal of this project is to remind everyone who lives in the area that we all belong here, have a shared history in the area, and have all contributed to the area’s development, regardless of our ethnic roots. With this reminder of what we have achieved together is the promise of what we can continue to build together by working together to achieve common goals.
We are grateful to Ville de Richmond, Canton de Melbourne, Canton de Cleveland, the MRC, André Bachand MNA for Richmond-Arthabaska and the Minister of Agriculture, QAHN, and the Secretariat for Relations with English-speaking Quebecers as one of their Belonging and Identity projects, as well as the many local businesses, organizations, families and individuals who have made this project possible.
This is an ambitious project will finally be installed this summer.